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    Revision: Unit 8 Changes 14th-16th Centuries Revision: Unit 8 Changes 14th-16th Centuries Presentation Transcript

    • 2ºESO Revision: Change in Europe 14 th – 16 th Centuries Go through the activities and complete them… have a good revision!
    • Study the diagram on population change between 14th and 16th centuries and write a statement in each of the boxes.
    • Use the graph and sources to complete the statements:• The Black Death started in and expanded• The BD is caused by• People died easily because• Some people believed they could cure BD
    • Label the characteristics of an authoritarian monarch
    • Study the map of Europe in 1500 and complete the chart Name of the country/countriesName of the kingdom in 1500 today Hungary Poland Germany, Austria, Belgium, Netherlands SpainCountries of the Teutonic Order
    • Match the words with the correct definitionsA Bourgeoisie income the administration needs to pay for army, bureaucracy, and the king’s expensesB Taxes the area of government devoted to relationships with other countriesC Bureaucracy a type of monarch that concentrates all the decisions and powers of the kingdomD Diplomacy an agreement between two countries. It can be based on marriage, political and religious reasonsE Alliance the administration of the kingdom, usually organized according to its area of influenceF Authoritarian a group of people who live in the cities and are usually monarch involved in trade, manufacturing and liberal professions (e.g. doctors, lawyers)
    • Why do you think absolute monarchs used portraits? Study theportrait and explain why Henry VIII felt it was important to get a portrait done.
    • Complete Henry’s and other people’s statements below explaining his marital situation I’m Henry and as the King of England I must be sure that my country is in a good position….Henry VIII in 1520 (29ys) I’m Catalina de Aragón. My family decided I had to marry ______________ of _________________ because …………………….. …………………………………………………………………………….Since he died in 1502, I married ___________________. I thought I had a happy marriage, but it turns out ………………………. …………………………………………………………………………………………………….
    • My wife Catalina cannot give me what I need the most: ___________ . Since I must provide for the future of my dynasty and my kingdom I’m thinking of to marryAs the Pope, I cannot allow Henry to ________________ Catalinabecause… My good friend Thomas Cromwell suggested I ……….…………………… in order to …………………………………………………………………………………………. . There’s only one way to do it:
    • Complete the diagram below with a statement next to each of the causes of Henry’s breaking-up with the Catholic Church POWER Why Henry made the break LOVE with the Roman MONEY Catholic Church. HEIR
    • Look at the cartoon explaining the problems of the Church in the 15th century and complete the table below. PROBLEM DESRIPTION OF THE PROBLEMPriests were not devoted to their parish It was difficult for people to understand the mass and other church services. Only a few, educated people were able to understand Latin back in the 15th century.Priests were not celibate; some of themeven had a family Money was used to provide clergy with a comfortable lifestyle. Sometimes it was even wasted on things like gambling, drinking and partying. Not all the priests were suitable for their job. Many of them bought their positions just because their families had decided they should be part of the church.
    • True or False? Correct the False statements.a. Martin Luther was a Spanish monk _____b. Martin Luther’s main ideas on the situation of the Catholic Church were written on a list called the ’95 Theses’ _____c. Martin Luther thought the Church was too rich – and churchmen had plenty of privilegesd. Indulgences were not a problem ____e. Some people started to think Martin Luther was right. They decided to separate from the Catholic Church and start a new religion: Anglicanism _____
    • Catholic (blue) or Protestant (red)? Underline the statements• You have to go to Church to get your soul cleansed. The help of the clergy is essential.• The Church is wrong to sell indulgencies which buy time out of Purgatory.• Church services should be held in Latin.• It’s wrong to make an image of God –therefore churches should not display and images.• Getting to Heaven is not only based on Faith – money is also important• The Bible was the only source of religious truth – not the Pope• Priests did not have special powers• Anyone can talk to God• Translated the Bible from Latin to German• Banned indulgences• Do not allow clergy to marry• The Pope is a good leader
    • Complete the dialogue between a Catholic and a Protestant My Church…. Members of the Clergy… The Pope… The mass and the Bible… Salvation can be only achieved….Catholic PriestMy Church…Vicars…Our leader…The mass and the Bible…Salvation… Protestant Vicar
    • What did the Catholic Church do to stop Luther and his followers? What kind of things did they do?The Council of Trento, 1545-1563